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Criteria:   found in Mono County  •   is native  •  group by lifeform
3123  records include photos for these plants # number of sources
Scientific Name Common Name Lifeform #
  Lifeform: Annual744 plants
  Lifeform: Biennial2 plants
  Lifeform: Perennial1918 plants
  Lifeform: Fern57 plants
  Lifeform: Shrub359 plants
  Lifeform: Tree34 plants
Abies concolor White fir Tree 22
Abies concolor var. lowiana California white fir Tree  
Abies magnifica Magnificant silver fir Tree 3
Abies magnifica var. magnifica California red fir Tree  
Alnus rhombifolia White alder Tree 39
Juniperus grandis Sierra juniper Tree  
Juniperus occidentalis Western juniper Tree 2
Juniperus occidentalis var. australis Sierra juniper Tree  
Juniperus occidentalis var. occidentalis Western juniper Tree 2
Pinus albicaulis Whitebark pine Tree 1
Pinus contorta Lodgepole pine Tree 30
Pinus contorta ssp. murrayana Lodgepole pine Tree 4
Pinus flexilis Limber pine Tree 6
Pinus jeffreyi Jeffrey pine Tree 17
Pinus longaeva Bristlecone pine Tree 7
Pinus monophylla Single leaf pinyon Tree 10
Pinus monticola Western white pine Tree 10
Pinus ponderosa Yellow pine Tree 29
Populus angustifolia Narrow leaved cottonwood Tree 2
Populus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa Black cottonwood Tree 27
Populus fremontii Fremont cottonwood Tree 32
Populus fremontii ssp. fremontii Cottonwood Tree 4
Populus tremuloides Quaking aspen Tree 28
Populus trichocarpa Black cottonwood Tree 27
Quercus chrysolepis Gold cup live oak Tree 24
Quercus kelloggii California black oak Tree 24
Salix gooddingii Gooding's willow Tree 7
Salix laevigata Polished willow Tree 17
Salix lasiandra Pacific willow Tree 20
Salix lasiandra var. lasiandra Pacific willow Tree 6
Salix lucida ssp. lasiandra Shining willow Tree 6
Tsuga heterophylla Western hemlock Tree 14
Tsuga mertensiana Patton spruce Tree 13
Yucca brevifolia Joshua tree Tree 15
Pink background indicates a plant is non-native.
! indicates a plant is potentially invasive.
NB: found in Mono County is intended to indicate only plants found growing in the wild. However, the evidence is not always clear, and may occasionally include plants found in cultivation. To verify the wild presence of any particular plant in the list above, please click through to Calflora and look closely at the observations in this county.